Israel’s embattled government, formed only a year ago, appears to be on the brink of dissolution. Its legacy as an antidote to polarization and populist nationalism may still be positive, however, Neri Zilber reports for The Christian Science Monitor.

“The eight-party coalition that had toppled the long-serving Benjamin Netanyahu was the most diverse and unlikely in the country’s history,” he writes. “And to an extent, say analysts and some government officials, it has been a success.”

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Photo: Independence Day 2022 (the Spokesperson unit of the President of Israel, Wikimedia Commons)